Tuesday, November 18, 2008

What's Missing?

So, I haven't had any submissions in several weeks now. Given that I was ill for a time that doesn't surprise me too much. And I know I haven't been posting a lot lately and am endeavoring to catch up. But I'm a little concerned about where this blog is going. I wanted to post a poll but it wouldn't work correctly with my template. So, I'm just gonna ask in this post. What would you like to see more of here at NeoPagan Ink? More images from a particular pantheon or tradition? Body art other than tattoo? History of Body Art posts? Other? Bueller? Bueller? I'd REALLY appreciate some input.

9 comments:

mrsb said...

I honestly love this blog the way it is. The occasional post with a fabulous pagan tattoo. It's like a great treat when I see something pop up!

Livia Indica said...

That's good to know!

Clare K. R. Miller said...

I agree with mrsb--it's a great treat when there's a new post or two. But I would also love to see more history of body art posts. Maybe I"m just a history geek.

I shared the site with a few friends and tried to get them to submit their tattoos, but I haven't seen any of them yet. When I get my tattoo, I will definitely send you a picture!

Mama Kelly said...

I would love to see simply more of everything, as you're feeling up to it of course.

I still have to get off of my butt and send you my own ink.

Blessings

Livia Indica said...

Clare, thanks for sharing the site with you friends. I hope you and they share their ink soon. And you're right, I do need to do some more of the history posts. Thanks for the feedback!

Mama Kelly, Yeah, you better get off your arse and send me some ink!! Thanks for the input, I appreciate it!

Mike said...

Livia,

Don't get too discrouraged, I think all blog activity has dropped some lately. I like this blog the way it is but like your other blog some history and folklore would be great. I don't have any ink to contribute or I would!

Mike

Livia Indica said...

Can do! Thanks Mike.

David said...

I love the ink, but the storys on the subject matter are equally as important. As a Pagan I know there can be 100 answers to one question, and a100 could be correct. Thanks at keep it coming

Livia Indica said...

Hi David, I completely agree with you. That's why I've chained my view of this blog from a tattoo blog with some occasional lore to a myth and folklore blog with tattoos to illustrate the stories. Thanks for your comments.